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2017 UT IAC Case Law Browser

I have set out below all of the head notes from the 2017 reported cases of the UT (IAC) (this includes JR decisions where there has been a head note added). Hopefully, this will provide you with an easy way to refresh/update yourself in respect of all of the major developments from the last 12 months. I hope you find it useful.

Adam Pipe.

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Immigration cases 2017: July to December review

Immigration analysis: Adam Pipe, barrister at No 8 Chambers, picks out the key cases from July to December 2017 for immigration lawyers, and why they are of interest. Issues covered include Article 3 ECHR medical cases; EU law developments; visit visas, appeals and Article 8 ECHR; Tier 1 Entrepreneurs; deprivation of citizenship; consequences of sponsor licence revocation and whether a domestic violence application constitutes a human rights application and thereby attracts a right of appeal.

Read or download the review here.

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Update 14 December - Registration for these sessions is now closed.